Web
Analytics

Muslim Asylum Seeker Named as Glasgow Terrorist, Mass Multiple Stabbings, 3 STABBED in Glasgow Hotel, Police Stabbed

26

“Not terror related.” Anxiety issues.

Didn’t like the food, accommodation, noisy neighbors or the level of handouts from the UK taxpayer so he stabbed six people.

And in other news, the Brits are erecting a statue to the migrants in London.

Glasgow attacker named Badreddin Abadlla. Credit: Facebook via The Sun

TERROR IN SCOTLAND: Mass Multiple Stabbings, 3 DEAD in Glasgow Hotel, Police Stabbed

London to Erect Statues Celebrating Mass Migration

The man is allegedly a Sudanese national called Badradeen

Badradeen warned a friend he was going to stab people in the room next door who were making a noise

Asylum seeker from Yeman said he reported the plan to the hotel supervisor

Six people including a police officer, David Whyte, who is now stable

By Shekhar Bhatia And John Dingwall In Glasgow , Mailonline, 27 June 2020:

The alleged knifeman shot dead by police is a Sudanese national called Badradeen who warned the night before the carnage that he was going to launch an attack.

His name was revealed by his close friend Abdal Nasser, 22, who told of his shock at seeing the ‘loner’ standing with a knife after six people, including a police officer, had been stabbed.

Another friend Siraj told Mail Online that he had a conversation with Badradeen the night before the bloodbath at the Park Inn hotel in Glasgow city centre.

Siraj, 22, an asylum seeker from Yeman told Mail Online:’ He told me that he was fed up. He had been in the hotel for three months. There was no daylight in his room and he was very angry.
The alleged knifeman’s friend, Siraj, (pictured), 22, an asylum seeker from Yeman, told Mail Online that he had a conversation with Badradeen the night before the bloodbath at the Park Inn hotel in Glasgow city centre
+5

The alleged knifeman’s friend, Siraj, (pictured), 22, an asylum seeker from Yeman, told Mail Online that he had a conversation with Badradeen the night before the bloodbath at the Park Inn hotel in Glasgow city centre

‘He said that he was going to attack two guys in the room next to his because they’re were making noise to deliberately annoy him. ‘

Siraj added: ‘ I said ‘No No No’ and that it was just that the hotels walls were thin and it was just noise.

But he said Badradeen had told him :’ No. They hate me. And I hate them. I am going to stab them.’

Siraj said: ‘I didn’t think he would actually do anything.

‘But I did go to the hotel supervisor and make a report. The next morning at around 9.30 the hotel talked to me and took down the details of what he had said he was going to do.
Badradeen warned he was going to stab people in the room next door who were making a noise (the scene outside the Park Inn Hotel on Friday pictured)
+5

Badradeen warned he was going to stab people in the room next door who were making a noise (the scene outside the Park Inn Hotel on Friday pictured)

‘I then went to sleep I was only woken up by the fire alarm and then when I came down I just saw the blood everywhere. I couldn’t believe he had done it.’

The knife man was shot dead by police, and six people including the police officer David Whyte remain in hospital. He was critical but is now in a stable in hospital.

One of the injured, a hotel resident said, is 17-year-old Mohamed Mansarie from Sierra Leone.

Resident Beatrice Onwuka, 37, from Nigeria said another of the stabbed refugees was teenager Sultan Mohammed, also from Sierra Leone.
Six people including the police officer David Whyte (pictured above) remain in hospital. His condition is stable
+5

Six people including the police officer David Whyte (pictured above) remain in hospital. His condition is stable

Police Scotland have not released any names officially, but did say that the injured included people of the ages of 17, 18, 30, 38 and 53.

Friends of the dead man said he was in his twenties, had ‘big hair and a cute face.

Siraj added: ‘I think he was getting more mentally ill over the three months.

‘He had gastric problems and had to isolate for around 20 days and his room had no light from a window.

‘He didn’t like the food and was fed up.’

Flowers near the scene of the attack were seen on Saturday

Ms Onwuka revealed Badradeen had changed his mind about seeking asylum and wanted to return back to the Sudan.

‘He was fed up. He didn’t speak much English and he had only a few friends. He was nearly always on his own.

‘He told me he wanted to go home. He didn’t want to stay here anymore. He had had enough.

Police at the scene in West George Street, Glasgow, where a man was shot by an armed officers after another police officer was injured during an attack on Friday

Mr Nasser, said Badradeen had not spoken to him prior to the attack.

‘I was there in the hotel. I did not see the attack itself but Baradeen, who was my friend, I saw him with a knife in his hand.

‘It is a shock for me. I am sorry for all the people he hurt. I did not know Badradeen well but we became friends in recent weeks because we are both from Sudan.’

PC David Whyte, 42, played football in a local police team. His wife is called Carol and they have two children.

Have a tip we should know? Your anonymity is NEVER compromised. Email tips@thegellerreport.com

The Truth Must be Told

Your contribution supports independent journalism

Please take a moment to consider this. Now, more than ever, people are reading Geller Report for news they won't get anywhere else. But advertising revenues have all but disappeared. Google Adsense is the online advertising monopoly and they have banned us. Social media giants like Facebook and Twitter have blocked and shadow-banned our accounts. But we won't put up a paywall. Because never has the free world needed independent journalism more.

Everyone who reads our reporting knows the Geller Report covers the news the media won't. We cannot do our ground-breaking report without your support. We must continue to report on the global jihad and the left's war on freedom. Our readers’ contributions make that possible.

Geller Report's independent, investigative journalism takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce. But we do it because we believe our work is critical in the fight for freedom and because it is your fight, too.

Please contribute here.

or

Make a monthly commitment to support The Geller Report – choose the option that suits you best.

Pin It on Pinterest